Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET
As a talent leader, the breadth of your impact can hit you hard and often. It can strike when you consider that your team likely needs a new Director of Sales to hit their revenue goals. Or perhaps when you walk by the marketing team, you remember that you helped hire every single one of the employees in that row.
But when does your team recognize how instrumental your work is to the entire company’s success? In all likelihood, not often enough.
This month, we’re turning the spotlight on Headcount Heroes: talent teams that are consistently obliterating their hiring goals. Not only do they more than deserve the recognition, they can teach us all how to achieve our own recruiting feats.
On February 22nd, we can’t wait to hear from two of our Headcount Heroes live. One talent leader, Wonderbly’s Head of People & Talent Jess Hayes, will reveal how her team launched a new employer brand, video and website - all inhouse. The other, RevZilla’s Senior Recruiter Ed Zetusky, will show us how his team boosted employee referrals to a whopping 47% of hires.
At 10am PST, they’ll walk our audience through the strategies they employed to hit their goals, one-by-one. Afterwards, every attendee will walk away with a 5-step guide to hit those same targets in 2018.
Tune in to our webinar for these insights:
Listen in for 5 concrete steps to start nailing your 2018 headcount goals!
Jess has worked in People, Culture, and Talent across industries, companies, continents, and verticals for almost a decade. She is passionate about people and culture, going above and beyond her day to day role as Head of People and Talent at UK Tech Track #1, Google Ventures Wonderbly, and moving into a community advocacy role across London and the UK. She's presented at European and International events on how to positively influence culture, strategise your HR function, improve your sourcing strategy, leverage your ATS and HRIS, improve employee engagement in (and using) the UK tech sector, improve candidate experience, and generally be a kick-a$$ HR manager.